I learned that when an electron moves it creates a magnetic field. When two electrons are rotating in the opposite direction it cancels out the field, and the magnetism is gone. So, I was thinking maybe when a proton moves it causes it to create a field just like the electron, and perhaps this field could be gravity. In fact, maybe the electro-static field is created because of the electrons movement. This would be strengthened by Einstein's theory E = MC^2. As the electron moves, it changes more into energy. So, maybe the earth's hot lave has single, moving protons that creates a field. If so, why would it attract other matter, unless, our protons are in spinning or in constant motion. If the protons in water was spinning the opposite direction that the Earth's protons are, then maybe that's what gravity is. I was just wondering if I'm anywhere in the ballpark.